A fresh set of 3D renders are here for the upcoming Pixel Fold 2 thanks to YouTuber – TT Technology. These renders, inspired by the image that leaked earlier this month, will help give you a clearly picture of what could be the next Pixel Foldable. Keep in mind, these renders are speculative, but they offer a compelling glimpse of what to expect if they prove accurate.

The renders immediately highlight a new rectangular camera module – a significant departure from the bar-style design of the original Pixel Fold. Within this module, camera sensors rest inside a pill-shaped cutout, accompanied by an LED light that extends slightly to the right. Overall, the Pixel Fold 2 appears to embrace squared-off edges for a more refined look.

The Pixel Fold 2 is rumored to sport a quad-camera system, featuring the usual primary, ultrawide, and telephoto lenses. Speculation is rife about the fourth sensor—could it be a periscope telephoto lens or perhaps an infrared/ToF sensor for enhanced depth perception?

Another exciting rumor suggests the Pixel Fold 2 will be powered by the yet-to-be-announced Tensor G4 chipset. This means Google might skip the Tensor G3 entirely for its next foldable, which could have interesting implications for the launch timeline.


Google often unveils new Tensor processors during its fall hardware event. However, a rumored I/O launch window (Google’s annual developer conference, typically held in May) would mean the Pixel Fold 2 might ship without the latest Tensor G4. Alternatively, Google might decide to delay the Pixel Fold 2 launch to align with the fall Tensor G4 announcement, ensuring its most premium device benefits from the latest silicon.

Though details are still emerging, these renders undoubtedly fuel excitement for Google’s foldable ambitions. Stay tuned for more rumors and possible leaks as we draw closer to an official Pixel Fold 2 reveal.

Dwayne Cubbins
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My fascination with Android phones began the moment I got my hands on one. Since then, I've been on a journey to decode the ever-evolving tech landscape, fueled by a passion for both the "how" and the "why." Since 2018, I've been crafting content that empowers users and demystifies the tech world. From in-depth how-to guides that unlock your phone's potential to breaking news based on original research, I strive to make tech accessible and engaging.

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